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  • Summary: Dance Dance Revolution UNIVERSE 3 dances its way to you with an all new sleek enhanced interface, fun new modes and settings for players of all skill levels, cool smash-hit songs, robust online and offline support and exciting new exclusives. Over 70 songs with truly universal appeal with music from 70s to today. Everyone can play, accessible for all skill levels. DJ Mode makes its debut on the Xbox 360 - create your own tracks and song lists to dance to. Brand new City Mode lets you compete against bosses throughout the DanceDanceRevolution city to become the ultimate champion. Enhanced Quest Mode lets you customize your own character with over 400 options of clothing, faces, skin tones and hair styles. Do more on Xbox Live, play online and download new music seamlessly. Compete internationally with a different song list every week. [Konami] Expand
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  1. If you don’t have it and you own a gaming console then get it.
  2. DDR Universe 3 is the best entry in the series so far. It has managed to take a fairly run-of-the-mill arcade-style dancing game and has breathed new life into it.
  3. So, if you’ve worn out a few dance pads in your day, you’ll probably want to skip this trip to the digital disco. However, if you’re brand spankin’ new to the DDR universe, you won’t find a better place to start your rump-shakin’ career.
  4. If you feel like dancing and have skipped over the previous two installments, this is a pretty good starting point, despite some of its flaws. If you made the investment in the previous titles, this is a good buy since it is the best of the three, although you should only expect a newer song list and better single-player experience out of the deal.
  5. Unfortunately, in the few areas where this version aims for freshness, it comes up flat. [Holiday 2008, p.83]
  6. 50
    The bottom line here is that Dance Dance Revolution 3 isn’t worth checking out if you’ve ever glanced at a DDR game before.
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